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>> good morning to you. ism ainsley earhardt. >> i am heather nauert. it is april the 30th. the top fooi stofive stories mag news at this hour. we are getting a look of a mini van michigan police are looking for. this video shows a silver mini van driving away from the gas station when this woman was taken from work. >> there's another car out front
but nobody is here. >> the driver is a heavy set man in his 30s or 40s. >> thank goodness that man called 911. >> two small planes in mid care colliding killing a pilot. one of the planes crashed into a rocky area off a california highway. the other plane made a belly flop landing on to a nearby golf course. three people on board the plane suffered minor injuries. they are all expected to be okay. a man car jacked by the c christopher dorner offered a reward during the manhunt. he said he took his truck at gun point and lart killed himself.
he told police the exact location and was a key factor in finding the police rouge cop. other people filed claims for that reward. a three judge panel will decide if any one should receive the money. boeing is could be firming the airplane debris found wedged is part of the wing from one of the 911 planes. they can't identify which of the planes it came from. this is video from the investigation. it was reported it was a landing gear now we are hearing it is the flap. they are searching for human remains in that area. nearly 1,000 victims from 9-11 haven't had their remains identified. debris will be moved to a secure location and we will keep you posted. the chance to travel from space has become a step closer to reality. it made the first rocket powered test flight monday.
it offered passengers the chance to travel from the edge of space to back. the cost of the view of earth from space a cool 200,000 dollars. more than 500 people already signed up for this. it is scheduled to launch in 2014 that leads us to the question of the day. if you had the money the 200,000 would you go for it? tweet to us at fox friends first o e-mail at fox email@example.com. >> on serious news to tell you about this morning. there are shocking new allegations to tell but. allegations that the obama administration has threatened at least four potential whistleblowers in the benghazi terror attack. they have obtained lawyers or are preparing to do so a combination of both. just so they can speak to congress. peter doocy is live from
washington. what are the allegations here? this is a real bombshell. >> it is. what we are hearing from a special operator with intimate knowledge of what happened in benghazi september 11th, 2012, a c 1 aircraft on a training mission could have intervened within 4-6 hours of the initial attack and lives could have been saved but the order to send that plane was never given. >> they would have been there before the second attack. they would have been there at a minimal to provide quick reaction to facilitate their exit out of the problem situation. nobody knew how it was going to develop. you hear advisors we were to send them there because the security was unknown situation. >> this source comes to us as four cia officials have obtained a lawyer a former justice
department official herself one of the lawyers. she was republican council for senate intelligence committee. she is saying her client and others are scared of retribution by the government if they talk to congress. >> i am not talking generally i am talking specifically about again zi that people have been threatened not just the state department. people have been threatened by the cia. they are taking career people and making them well aware their careers will be over. >> the state department says they are not aware of any threats to whistleblowers. >> i am not aware of private council seeking council. congress has its own prerogative but we have had a thorough investigation which completed which were transparent and shared there are many folks in a political manner trying to use this for their own political
means. >> the big take away is sensitive information about what really happened in benghazi could come to light very soon. >> let's hope so. let's under score the fact that the special ops guy was on the ground in benghazi. that's correct, right? >> i understand that. >> that's what the producer is telling me. let's hope it gets to the bottom of things. >> peter doocy thank you so much from washington. >> thank you, heather. a brand new report out reveals female dna has been found on at least one of the bombs used in the boston marathon attacks according to authorities. now they want to know if it can be linked to the wife of tamerlan tsarnaev. >> there's still so many more questions than there are answers when it comes to this latest discovery.
it has been confirmed that female dna was found on the components of at least one of the bombs. this could be a significant break through. it could also be meaningless because it is not clear at this time to whom that dna belongs. no one should suspect this investigation is over and i quote. the fbi spent an hour and a half yesterday at the home of tamerlan tsarnaev's we had doe. they carried away a number of homes including a lap top computer, a briefcase and a small bag. tamerlan's widow is cooperating as much as possible with authorities. listen. >> they have answered all of the questions asked of them by authorities. they are fully cooperating that's it.
nothing more to say. meanwhile authorities say it is likely we are going to see more search warrants as the investigation into the bombing continues. >> lastly the chief medical examiner here determined the cause of death for katherine russell's husband. they cannot make the information public they can't until the body has been released. no one has claimed the body. remember katherine russell whose home was searched by the fbi yesterday is the next of kin. so many more questions. hopefully we will learn more today. >> thank you so much david lee miller life for using. >> it's time for the first degree weather update with maria molina. maria is in the center tracking
the severe weather in our country. that's right. we are talking about a system we are tracking. it is exiting the rockies. ahead of the system we have a lot of moisture. that is producing areas of rainfall across minnesota and north dakota and east of sections of the great lakes. you need the um drel la-- umbrellas as you head out the door. that this is sever weather with wind gusts and we could potentially be seeing a cool down and even snow. this particular model produces more than 6 inches more than a foot for some of you as well across sections of minnesota northern wisconsin down into parts of iowa. significant forecasts as well as sections of colorado and
wyoming. we are heading into the month of may and we are talking about possibility of significant snow out here. big cool down with the snow as well. i want to show you 71 today in the city of minneapolis. tomorrow only into the 40s. >> enough already with the snow. maria molina, go away old man winter. >> thank you so much. wouldn't it be nice with your employer paid you to go to the jim or taking 6 weeks vacation in a row. that's what some companies are now doing. lauren simonetti from the fox business network is going to explain. unemployment is high so i don't understand this. how is it that employers are providing this benefit to attract people? >> they realize the reality is the workplace is changing. companies are fostering creativity as a way to stand out. more and more companies are bringing on the perks talking huge perks like snow maker burton closes the doors and tells workers to hit the slopes
if it snows more than 2 feet in 2 hours. health insurance comparison web site they give you unlimited vacation days so does the investment firm morning star. they offer paid sabbatical to workers who work there for more than 3 years. they want to reward hard work. we work from home the day is blurred between the private and your work life as well. >> employers are starting to recognize that and adjust. >> this is an interesting one. according to a new study 1 in 5 college grads are way too casual in job interviews. they are texting in job interviews? >> taking phone calls dressing inappropriately using slang language. this isn't just here and there. hr executives say one in 5 workers have been known to do this on a job interview. the reason is simple. this is the generation that grew up in front of the computer.
they grew up on social media. also they have been coddleed by their parents. there are stories of some parents showing up at job interviews with the kids and calling to negotiate the items like higher terms of salary. >> take it from a couple old ladies here, at least referring to myself don't do that. >> coming up, he tried to blow up a skyscraper but he was allowed into america legally on a tourist visa. how did this happen, talk about a real joy ride. a father let's his 9-year-old son get behind the wheel of not just his car. that's a ferrari right there. is he nuts? we will be right back.
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washington needs to fix and fix now. william has the details. >> they came not over a fence but by plane. the 2007 arrived in a tourist visa. two years later he tried to level this dallas high rise with a car bomb. he came to the u.s. on a tourist visa. 13 years later he plotted to blow up the capital. both are known in the debate adds visa over stage. >> it is a flaw. we have a handful of cases among t those arrested in terror spots who were here overseeing a visa. >> it is not just terrorists it doesn't matter how secure the mexican border is if someone can enter as a tourist and simply never leave. >> we are talking about 4 or 5 million people and a large percentage at that i think could be tracked certainly to make
sure that we know they have exited the country. >> the problem is we don't. there is no similar exit system with photos. >> they have data to enforce the law governs states. they failed to develop an entry exit system siting costs and convenience and opposition from the airlines. >> they call that a national security disstrays. >> it's a critical component of it. 9-11 hijackers were here on student visas and over stayed them as well. >> if you want to get away for summer and you are running low on cash we will tell you about saving a thousand to 2,000 dollars in just a couple months and it can help you do that. >> that will be good information. what do you do when the train goes off the tracks? this conductor decided to jump.
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>> good morning to you. welcome to "fox & friends first". i am heather nauert. >> i am ainsley earhardt. >> it is 29 after the hour. police releasing the brand new video of a mini van that may be connected to a kidnapping of a young mother in michigan. detectives now want to talk to the driver who was seen driving
away from this gas station around the same time that jessica herring ga was kidnapped friday night. her purse was left behind. the driver may be someone she knew. >> it may be someone who had come into the gas station quite a bit who knew the time of close, who knew they had no security camera. >> he is a heavy set man in his 30s and 40s. they have interviewed and cleared 4 people as suspects. keep a lookout for that mini van. >> brace for impact. that's what 100 passengers were told to do about 30 minutes into the flight. >> we have report of cabin pressure loss. >> while flying over the rocky mountains the cabin loses pressure. frightened passengers began to panic. >> as we started banking we
dropped quite significantly and realized we were getting closer and closer to the mountains. >> the things she said were we are going to need to brace for impact. they put it into position and said there will be a crash. >> after turning back for denver the pilot circled the airport before eventually landing that plane safely. >> thank goodness. >> check out this one. two trains on a crash course in canada. investigators are trying to figure out why the frait train and passenger train were on the very same track. just before impact you can see this the engineer from one of the trains jumped from the moving car. he wasn't hurt and fortunately the trains didn't collide. >> wow. >> kick thinking 12-year-old utah girl being credited for saving her older brother's life after he suffered a diabetic seizure. >> my brother is having a
seizure. >> your brother is having a seizure? >> yeah. >> last time she kind of freaked out. i guess i am glad she learned from it from the first time. >> when he had a seizure all of us were here the first thing we did was call 911. >> the brother and sister now share a much stronger bond at least than ever before. >> it was a hero's homecoming in kentucky. more than 120 army reservists from the 449th engineering company after being away for 11 months one soldier for him this homecoming was extra special. he got to meet his 6 month old daughter lillian for the very first time. words can't describe the feeling i am feeling right now. waiting to catch up. >> i am beyond happy. he gets to have his daughter i get to have my husband and we
get to have our family. >> welcome home, captain. >> the obama administration coming under fire this morning for allegedly threatening potential wiles blowers. they have inside knowledge says military help was available despite what the administration is saying. doug luzader is live in washington on this issue. >> could the administration have done more to prevent the benghazi attack or respond to it more thoroughly. congressional investigations move forward. it has been 8 months since that attack that killed 4 americans including the u.s. ambassador olivia stevens. the knowledge of the attack has been concealed more could have been done. >> we have the ability to load out and fly there at a minimum
stage. c 110 had the ability to be there in 4-6 hours from their european meter. >> three employees of the state department and members of the cia are preparing to come forward about the attack despite what one attorney says is a clear threat made by the administration. >> it is frightening. they are doing some very despicable threats to people. not we are going to kill you or not we are going to prosecute you come but they are taking career people and making them well aware their careers will be over. >> perhaps the time line leading up to it or the decisions by the state department then led by hillary clinton turned down requests for more security. current secretary of state john kerry promised to cooperate with congress but his department has made it clear they see a political motivation behind
these requests for more information. ainsley? >> thank you, doug luzader live in washington for us. a brand new report is out now. it is revealing this that female dna has been found on at least one of the bombs used in the boston they'marathon attack. authorities want to know if that can be linked to the wife of tamerlan tsarnaev. we are live in washington with the latest on that with david lee. >> good morning heather. this is a very interesting development. they found what they describe as female dna on one of the components of the bomb. that said it could be a significant development or it might be meaningless. it is possible the dna came from the store clerk who stoel saw
the components. a dna could come from an accomplice of those who planned the attacks. none of this is clear at this time. one of the investigators told fox no one should suspect this investigation is over. now simultaneously the fbi spent 90 minutes at the home of tamerlan tsarnaev's widow katherine russell they carried away a lap top computer a briefcase and small bag containing scissors. sam lantamerlan's widow is cooperating snowfalls possible. one man seen as a hero through all of this as boston police commissioner ed davis has been asked to be a speaker at a number of colleges and in the next few months will receive a number of degrees. in his words it's all very humbling. >> david lee miller thank you very much. regardless they have to investigate every single thread.
>> the cold weather is about to make a comeback especially those of you living in the middle of the country. >> it has been a really bad winter for folks in the upper midwes. i have family there. they have been complaining about it for a long time. maria molina. really? winter is not over for them yet? >> no. we are talking about the ones that may see potentially significant snow across sections of the midwest. tell your family possibility of significant snow. they could see 6 inches or even a foot of snow. significant stuff out here. ahead of the storm today you are going to see warm temperatures. 84 degrees for a high in chicago. 84 degrees in kansas city. once the system moves on through you will be seeing a significant cool down. tomorrow only 45 degrees. of course that threat will continue to head eastbound over the next several days. that colder air will be expanding including places as far south as texas.
we have areas of rain across the dakotas and later on this afternoon and this evening we get the warmer air in place we could be seeing severe storms stay tuned wednesday into thursday we will fine tune the forecast heather and ainsley we could be looking at snow out here. >> maria molina thank you so much. i was thinking of a picture a friend sent to me last week. no covered terrain. looks like christmas. >> it is time to entertain this. actress catherine zeta jones has checked back into a treatment center for bipolar disorder. the 43-year-old is expected to complete a 30-day program. she first sought help back in 2011. ladies get ready for this one. the sequel to the movie "magic" mike" is now in the works.
>> director steven soeder derring says the film is well on the way. they are set to reprize their roles. >> martha stewart is now on the prowl. yesterday the 71-year-old convicted felon joined the popular dating web site match.com. she is long interested in internet dating after seeing employers find love on-line. >> now your starting lineup the top sports stories this morning in the nba playoff. the rockets beating the thunder 1 is 07 to 105 to avoid being swept. game 5 beating the bulls 110 to 91. game 6 is thursday in chicago. and atlanta, winning 102 to 91 to tie indiana in the series. game 5 tomorrow. the playoffs not basketball news making headlines this morning.
jason collins. becoming the first active player to come out that he is gay. the veteran nba center making the announcement in a story he wrote himself for sports illustrated. it is now 40 minutes after the top of the hour. the government launching an official investigation into your favorite snack. from trail mix to potato chips and even chewing gum. what that means for you the next time you go to the grocery store. >> could the love of your life be one delay away? some people are finding success looking for love at the airpor . of all places. we will tell you about that. or n i upgraded your smart phone. ♪ right. but the most important feature of all is... the capital one purchase eraser. i can redeem the double miles i earned with my venture card to erase recent travel purchases. d with a few clicks, this mission never happened. uh, what's this button do?
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>> 16 after the top of the hour. members of the u.s. air force told he couldn't escort his sister to the high school prom because he was too old. so instead 22-year-old casey stood at the end of the prom red carpet and saluted his little sister as she was making her way signed. many in the town are disgusted the school is standing by its decision. >> they just got a future rif fic. they unveiled this buddy cup. it connects to facebook. when you bought two glasses together it creates atual
friendship. budweiser plans to only utilize them at special events. >> well, for the first time since president obama took office the treasury department pektss to pay down some of the nearly $17 trillionn debt. really diane? what's going on here? >> the treasury expects to pay down the next 35 billion in marketable debt for this year's second quarter marking the fist reduction in federal debt in 6 years. the payoff is a contrast to the estimation that they would have to borrow $103 billion in the second quarter and would end up with a cash balance of 30 billion even after the $35 billion payoff the government now says it will end up with a cash balance of $75 billion thanks to unexpectedly higher tax receipts and the government spending cuts. experts say we may have more
time before the government reaches the $16.4 trillion borrowing limit. that said the budget reduction is said to be temporary as they still expect to borrow a net 223 billion the quarter starting july 1st and end that quarter with a cash balance of $80 billion. the quarterly refunding announcement may 1st when they announce their funding needs for the next two quarters. diane macedo, thank you so much. what stories are making head lanes overseas. peru, a dramatic rescue in the pacific ocean. a police helicopter plucking 5 people into safety after their hot air balloon crashed because of strong winds. the women had been in the freezing water for 8 hours. the pilot and another man are still missing. to italy now an incredible sight of mt. etna spewing lava and ash 3,000 feet into the air. this is the 13th time this year
that volcano has erupted. eruptions don't pose any danger to people nearby. >> it is 46 minutes after the hour. coming up, they were supposed to help them climb the tallest peak in the world. instead fists fly when guys confront a group of mt. everest climbers. could a de played flig-- delaye flight lead to love? sparks at the airport. first let's see what's coming up on "fox & friends." >> hey, ladies have smashings fly a mile high. fox and friends in just about 12 minutes. former nfl player and quarterback for the new york giant phil sims and bob massi has information about homeowner's associations you need to know about. the top five companies hiring this weekend. we have a body language expert here explaining why kids lie and how you can tell if they are lying to you. you are not going to want to miss it.
bruchetta. >> it is 10 minutes combr the hour. awe dmaun kn-- amanda knox is s out for the trial of her roommate's murder. >> it is one thing to be in the media it is another thing sitting in the courtroom fighting for your life while the people are calling you a devil. i want the truth to come out. i would like to be reconsidered as a person. >> knox spent four years in prison before the conviction was overturned. her memoir on the ordeal comes out later today. >> trail mix, potato chips and now gum. with a growing number of foods boasting they have added caffeine for energy the fda says it's time to investigate their safety pro calls.
the last time the government approved the added use of caffeine in a drink or food was the 1950s for soda. interesting. >> listen to this one. this is a fun story. airports can be a huge pain in the neck. but they can be an opportunity to find that special someone. >> you should embrace the delays. you can find love on the ground as well as in the air. >> love 35,000 feet up in the air and also in terminal a. one company says the airport is the perfect place to scout out a date. especially if you are stuck with a long delay. >> nothing else to do. >> the web site since monday cut delays nationwide more people signing up to commiserate from each other.
when we logged on some 2200 users were on-line looking for love connections as they waited for their connections. >> sure, why not? people meet on-line all of the time nowadays. why not. i love to travel, if i find someone else in an airport or on an airplane that also is traveling. we would probably get along really well. >> now on one airline you can flirt while you are in the air. >> just order a drink, meal or snack. select his or her seat. don't forget to seal the deal with a suggested seat to seat chat. >> richard branson is offering customers to connect with president hottie a few rows up by sending him a message through the digital information system. >> i think flirting is great at any altitude. >> she has had a number of people meet. united something in common going from one place going to another might as well take it to the next level. >> while there are obvious risks
to connecting to a total stranger the airport is one of the better places to make a love connection. >> the good thing about the airport it is a public place. >> it's not for everyone. >> sounds like there are a couple others like that i don't know if i would get involved with those things. >> it's something to do while you are waiting. you never know. >> you never know when you are going to meet the love of your life. >> next time there's a delay there's hope for love. >> six minutes to the top of the hour. a shopper caught on camera breaking the law. there's a twist to this. the accused shoplifter supposed to be the one upholding your law. last chance to answer the question of the day. we told you about virgin galactic spaceship 2 plane test flight. passengers in flight for $200 a pop. if you had the money would you go? your e-mail coming up next. my. mmm! fresh! and it's been in the closet for 12 weeks!
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mount everest after a fight broke out between tour guides. it happened 20,000 feet up in the air when one of the guides dropped ice on the other guy, fists started flying and up to 100 other guys joined the flight. tourists didn't feel comfortable joining the trip. >> a man in wal-mart caught on camera breaking into boxes and stealing from the boxes. the police say he is a local justice of the peace. >> earlier in the show we told you about how virgin galactic's space ship 2 test fired rocket engines yesterday. that company hoepts -- hopes to blast off in 2014 and the cost $200 a person. would you do it? >> my answer is a resounding yes. >> sean says no way. i would rather give my
money to charity and look at satellite images. >> bill says i'd like to see several safe missions first. >> have a great day everybody. "fox & friends" starts right now. gretchen carlson somebody was calling you. >>gretchen: good morning. it is taourbgs april -- tuesday, april 30. blockbuster on benghazi? a claim the obama administration trying to intimidate whistle-blowers into silence. >> people have been threatened at not just the state department. people have been threatened at the c.i.a. >>gretchen: brand-new details on what the state department has to say now. >>steve: communication failure. the nation's top spy